Voters in British Columbia, Canada, yesterday got rid of the country’s most left-leaning provincial government, headed by the New Democratic Party, and overwhelmingly voted for the conservative Liberal Party instead. In the final days of the campaign, NDP leader Ujjal Dosanjh pleaded with environmentalists to “come home” to his party and vented against Green Party leader Adriane Carr for driving votes away from his government. The Greens yesterday won 12 percent of the popular vote, up from 2 percent in 1996, but the party failed to win a single seat in the legislature. Still, Carr, a political novice, said she was pleased with the results.